Staff at the British Prime Minister’s House held a ‘Friday wine season’ during the closure of coronaviruses, according to new revelations.
A growing call for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign after revealing details of a downing party to Downing Street violating the COVID-19 ban, Labor Party leader Keir Starmer said Johnson “could not lead”.
The UK Prime Minister witnessed weekly portions of “wine” on Friday with his staff during the entire coronavirus epidemic, when he installed a special refrigerator, according to a new report by the Daily Mirror newspaper.
A British newspaper report highlights a vicious week of exposing the Lockdown breach on Downing Street where Johnson’s office was forced Friday sorry to Queen Elizabeth II.
On Wednesday Johnson apologized to parliament for going to a “work event”, at a time when cultural integration was banned.
The drip diet threatens to cover up what Johnson said to re-establish his ministry, starting with the rest of the epidemic ban at the end of the month.
Whether Johnson and his staff intentionally broke the law when he was already incarcerated is a major question being asked by state official Sue Gray, who can say next week.
Gray says he “went blind” with the latest revelations, the Times reported.
‘Friday is the time of wine’
The Daily Mirror published a photo of a wine refrigerator delivered to the back door of Downing Street in December 2020, and demanded that staff members put in more alcohol.
“Friday’s winery season” was set up on computer calendars of about 50 employees at Number 10, apparently in violation of the ban on home visits during the epidemic, it said.
Johnson often went to visit at the end of a work day, the newspaper reported, quoting one reference work: “The notion that he did not know there was alcohol was wrong.
“If the Prime Minister tells you to ‘stop being angry’, he is saying it is OK,” the source said.
The Witnesses told the Telegraph that alcohol was being served and guests were dancing to music, and a man was sent to a nearby suitcase to buy wine.
In response, a Downing Street spokesman said the government was awaiting Gray’s request to “know the exact nature of the meetings” during the epidemic. “These findings will be known in due course,” he added.
We hired 100 of Boris Johnson and had a party outside Downing Street…
A great GOOD channel early next week. pic.twitter.com/Pc9iNBrBGk
– Jack (@Jack) January 14, 2022
Al Jazeera’s Nadim Baba, from Downing Street, said many citizens insult the Prime Minister for the reasons given for organizing parties.
“There is outrage from ordinary people in the Conservative Party,” he said.
“We hear that many loyal members have sent out angry emails to MPs, and some have even removed their membership,” Baba said.
“A poll released Friday has put the Labor Party’s main opposition party at 42 percent, 10 points ahead of the Conservative Party.”
Demonstrations in Downing Street
On Friday, Johnson’s masks danced in Downing Street, calling for the Prime Minister to step down.
The two parties took place in April 2021 as the queen was preparing for the funeral of Prince Philip, her 73-year-old husband. Downing Street sent an apology to Buckingham Palace, calling them “very sad”.
At least five MPs from the Conservative Party have said they have written letters seeking Johnson’s vote, but want to set up an “Operation Save Big Dog” to save his leadership, according to reports.
Johnson’s allies have been showing off his achievements, including his withdrawal from Britain Brexit from the European Union. The Independent newspaper will monitor senior staff.
But the opposition Labor Party, which has held elections since the “party gate” revelations began to emerge last month, said Johnson was not eligible for the post.
Labor leader Keir Starmer said the country is witnessing a broken demonstration of a prime minister who is corrupt and deceitful, adding that Johnson “could not lead”.